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REFLECTIONS ON THE CRITICS OF THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1961
REFLECTIONS ON THE CRITICS OF THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY There is a very highly vocal movement by some members of the health science professions to discredit the pharmaceutical manufacturer for some if not all of his practices. The time has come to evaluate some of these criticisms before we accept them, for such criticism must be valid if the industry is to be improved. Like all human organization there is room for improvement with pharmaceuticsmanufacturing. This, I believe, no one will doubt. Unfortunately there is room for improvement in the criticisms leveled at the manufacturers. This is a cry for justified criticism and an elimination of unjust criticism. There are three areas which I believe need analysis. .Much has been said about pharmaceutical advertising. Abuses do exist. There is false and misleading advertising, and this must be halted. Mowever the success of such advertising is a mark against the members of the health professions as well as the manufacturers. But the...
DR. GARY L. PICHON, PHARMACY GRADUATE WINS LEHN & FINK GOLD MEDAL AWARD [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 December 1961
DR. GARY L. PICHON, PHARMACY GRADUATE WINS LEHN &amp; FINK GOLD MEDAL AWARD Dr. Gary Lowell Pichon, of Dixon. California, who received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of California School of Pharmacy, San Francisco in June, has won the 1961 Lehn &amp; Pink Gold Medal Award for outstanding achievement. He stood second in his class of 70. The announcement was made at a meeting of the Student Body by Dr. Troy C. Daniels, Dean of the School of Pharmacy, on November 16th. Dr. Pichon was unable to attend as he is now in attendance at the University of California at Davis (pre-med) and has part-time employment at the U.C Student Health Center as pharmacist. Son of Mr and Mrs. James H. Pichon of Dixon, Dr. Pichon attended Dixon High School and completed his pre-pharmacy work at the University of California in Berkeley. There he was awarded two California Alumni Scholarships, served as Librarian of the Bowles Hall Library, was a member of the student branch ...
"LOUNGE EDUCATION" [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 5 February 1962
"LOUNGE EDUCATION" INOTE: At the annual Student Regional Conference of the Association of College Unions, held Nov. 2—4, the following address was delivered by Dr. James L. Jarrett, former Chairman of the Great Rooks Foundation, and currently President of Western Washington State College. Attending the Conference and representing the U.C. Medical Center were fon Pegg, Medicine; Lida Chase, Nursing; Carl Meyer, Pharmacy, and John Dittmer, Dentistry.) On the great topic of Colleges and Universities, the literature — laughingly socalled — is generally as soporific as a three o clock lecture class. However, one conspicuous exception is a delightful essay by Stephen Leacock called "Oxford As I See It." Ostensibly about Oxford, the place quickly turns out to be a disquisition on college education-funny of course, but like most truly funny things, serious in its own way. After spending some time in talking about the great advantages of being smoked at by one's tutor, eating dinner in a gre...
COMMENTS FROM THE UNION RECREATION DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 5 February 1962
COMMENTS FROM THE UNION RECREATION DEPARTMENT As Robert Alexander has indicated in his message "From the Desk of the Union Director" (this issue), the Millberry Union's spring semester program calendar appears to be stacked full of interesting activities. To add to these many activities, the Union Recreation Department will be its usually busy self fulfilling its responsibilities in the area of conducting games, intramurals, tournaments, swimming instruction, excursions, and "you-name-it". For the benefit of those who faithfully use the Synapse as a source of information concerning up-coming activities, the following brief run-down is given. SPECIAL EVENTS EXCURSIONS Three (3) top-notch excursions are scheduled for the spring semester — two (2) weekend snow trips to Squaw Valley, one on February 9, 10, 11 and 12, and the other for February 23, 24 and 25. In addition an attempt will be made to schedule a chartered bus excursion to the 1962 Seattle World's Fair on April 1920, 21, and ...
CAMPUS GAMES TOURNAMENTS SCHEDULED FOR MILLBERRY UNIONFEBRUARY 5-10 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 5 February 1962
CAMPUS GAMES TOURNAMENTS SCHEDULED FOR MILLBERRY UNIONFEBRUARY 5-10 Preliminary tournaments for the purpose of selecting U.C.M.C. team members for participation in the 10th Annual Region II Association of College Unions Games Tournament will be conducted by the Millberry Union Recreation Department during the week of February 5 through 10. A total of eleven team members will be selected to represent the Medical Center for competition in bowling, chess, pocket billiards and table tennis. Campus tournament winners will be awarded round-trip transportation and lodging to the Regional Tournament. The Region II Games Tournament will be held at the Wilson Compton Union, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington, on February 15, 16, 17, 1962. The following is a run-down on each of the games for which team members will be selected: a) ROWLING — Men's Division (6 men only) Women's Division (4 women only) Campus Tournament — Monday, February 5, 1962 6:30-8:30 p.m. to be held at the Par...
From the Desk of the Union Director [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 5 February 1962
From the Desk of the Union Director To: The Editors, Synapse From: Mr. R. A. Alexander Editor Commer has indicated that this particular issue of our Campus Newspaper will be devoted primarily to a "preview" of events scheduled for the new semester which will begin on February 5. Where the Millberry Union is concerned, it can be said that the next four months will feature an extremely broad array of interesting and different activities, each designed to make free time opportunity a cooperative factor with study in education. Looking ahead at these individual events then: FILM S: Thirteen (13) Friday night features will again be offered at 7:30 pm in the Medical Sciences Auditorium. Complete and printed schedules will be available on or about February 1. A few sample selections: "Bitter Rice", "The Seventh Seal", "Butterfield 8", "Olympia", "Macbeth" and "Belles of St. Trimains." ART EXHIBITS: A total of nine "shows" will be offered this Spring, including the third annual Campus Hobby...
C.P.S. STUDENT HEALTH INSURANCE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 5 February 1962
C.P.S. STUDENT HEALTH INSURANCE Applications for California Physicians' Service Insurance will be available for new students and renewal of semi-annual memberships during the month of February, in the Director's Office, 240 Millberry Union. Any regularly enrolled student is eligible for C.P.S. Insurance, and coverage continues through the Summer until registration in September, 1962. Post Doctoral students, are also included in the program. Applications will be accepted until February 28, 1962. For additional information regarding the program, contact Miss Patricia Chapla, Room 240 Millberry Union, or call MOntrose 4—3600, Extension 721.
AFTER HOURS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 1 April 1962
AFTER HOURS Night descends - medical, dental, pharmacy, nursing students all put away the books and cares of the day and tramp to the neighborhood flickers. And what do they find to take their minds away from medicals . . . The Young Doctors* * * Doctor in Love * * | The Doctors Dilemma * J, Doctor at SFA * Carry on Nurse * * * *, Dentist in the Chair * **.or to the Theater Rx Murder **. This way paints a grim picture but look what is to come: Judgement at Moffitt. The Young Pharmacologists. etc. TV is no better - with Ben Casey * * i. Dr. Kildare *. Doctors News Conference * * *. The Medic (reruns) Vi. and "Four Scar Playhouse (very old reruns) ha ha. RECORDINGS Heartsounds Victor QRS 98765 This recording is the most. The muscle of the drummer has a steady head all through the recording. Once he stops though, this recording is dead. In all the beat is a solid pitty-pat. Later he changes his beat; man it was the death of this reviewer. We recommend this record for all those that wan...